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Cold-Formed Steel Design

ISBN-10: 0470462450

ISBN-13: 9780470462454

Edition: 4th 2011

Authors: Wei-Wen Yu, Roger A. LaBoube

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The definitive text in the field, thoroughly updated and expanded Hailed by professionals around the world as the definitive text on the subject, Cold-Formed Steel Design is an indispensable resource for all who design for and work with cold-formed steel. No other book provides such exhaustive coverage of both the theory and practice of cold-formed steel construction. Updated and expanded to reflect all the important developments that have occurred in the field over the past decade, this Third Edition of the classic text provides you with more of the detailed, up-to-the-minute technical information and expert guidance you need to make optimum use of this incredibly versatile material for building construction. Wei-Wen Yu, an internationally respected authority in the field, draws upon decades of experience in cold-formed steel design, research, teaching, and development of design specifications to provide guidance on all practical aspects of cold-formed steel design for manufacturing, civil engineering, and building applications. Throughout the book, he describes the structural behavior of cold-formed steel members and connections from both the theoretical and experimental perspectives, and discusses the rationale behind the AISI design provisions. Cold-Formed Steel Design, Third Edition features complete coverage of: * AISI 1996 cold-formed steel design specification with the 1999 supplement * Both ASD and LRFD methods * The latest design procedures for structural members * Updated design information for connections and systems * Contemporary design criteria around the world * The latest computer-aided design techniques Cold-Formed Steel Design, Third Edition is a necessary tool-of-the-trade for structural engineers, manufacturers, construction managers, and architects. It is also an excellent advanced text for college students and researchers in structural engineering, architectural engineering, construction engineering, and related disciplines.
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Book details

List price: $140.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 10/22/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 528
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.652
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
General Remarks
Types of Cold-Formed Steel Sections and Their Applications
Standardized Metal Buildings and Industrialized Housing
Methods of Forming
Research and Design Specifications
General Design Considerations of Cold-Formed Steel Construction
Economic Design and Optimum Properties
Materials Used in Cold-Formed Steel Construction
General Remarks
Yield Stress, Tensile Strength, and Stress-Strain Curve
Modulus of Elasticity, Tangent Modulus, and Shear Modulus
Ductility
Weldability
Fatigue Strength and Toughness
Influence of Cold Work on Mechanical Properties of Steel
Utilization of Cold Work of Forming
Effect of Temperature on Mechanical Properties of Steel
Testing of Full Sections and Flat Elements
Residual Stresses Due to Cold Forming
Effect of Strain Rate on Mechanical Properties
Strength of Thin Elements and Design Criteria
General Remarks
Definitions of General Terms
Design Basis
Serviceability
Structural Behavior of Compression Elements and Design Criteria
Perforated Elements and Members
Plate Buckling of Structural Shapes
Additional Information
Flexural Members
General Remarks
Bending Strength and Deflection
Design of Beam Webs
Bracing Requirements of Beams
Torsional Analysis of Beams and Combined Bending and Torsional Loading
Additional Information on Beams
Compression Members
General Remarks
Yielding
Flexural Column Buckling
Torsional Buckling and Flexural-Torsional Buckling
Effect of Local Buckling on Column Strength
Distortional Buckling Strength of Compression Members
Effect of Cold Work on Column Buckling
North American Design Formulas for Concentrically Loaded Compression Members
Effective Length Factor K
Built-Up Compression Members
Bracing of Axially Loaded Compression Members
Design Examples
Compression Members Having One Flange Fastened to Decks or Panels
Wall Studs
Additional Information on Compression Members
Combined Axial Load and Bending
General Remarks
Combined Tensile Axial Load and Bending
Combined Compressive Axial Load and Bending (Beam-Columns)
North American Design Criteria
Design Examples
Second-Order Analysis
Additional Information on Beam-Columns
Closed Cylindrical Tubular Members
General Remarks
Types of Closed Cylindrical Tubes
Flexural Column Buckling
Local Buckling
North American Design Criteria
Design Examples
Connections
General Remarks
Types of Connectors
Welded Connections
Bolted Connections
Screw Connections
Other Fasteners
Rupture Failure of Connections
I- or Box-Shaped Compression Members Made by Connecting Two C-Sections
I-Beams Made by Connecting Two C-Sections
Spacing of Connections in Compression Elements
Steel Shear Diaphragms and Shell Roof Structures
General Remarks
Steel Shear Diaphragms
Structural Members Braced by Diaphragms
Shell Roof Structures
Metal Roof Systems
Corrugated Sheets
General Remarks
Applications
Sectional Properties and Design of Arc-and- Tangent-Type Corrugated Sheets
Sectional Properties and Design of Trapezoidal-Type Corrugated Sheets
Composite Design
General Remarks
Steel-Deck-Reinforced Composite Slabs
Composite Beams or Girders with Cold-Formed Steel Deck
Introduction to Stainless Steel Design
General Remarks
Differences between the Specifications for Carbon Steels and Stainless Steels
Light-Frame Construction
General Remarks
Framing Standards
Design Guides
Computer-Aided Design
General Remarks
Computer Programs for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures
Direct Strength Method
General Remarks
North American DSM Provisions
Commentary on Appendix 1 (DSM)
Direct Strength Method Design Guide
Design Examples
Thickness of Base Metal
Torsion
Formulas for Computing Cross-Sectional Property by
Definitions of Terms
Nomenclature
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Conversion Table
References
Index